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    1. Tom Cruise is filming a reboot of The Mummy in Farnham while Rachel Weisz will star in an adaptation of My Cousin Rachel being shot at West Horsley Place

    2. Trailer: 'The Lobster'

      USA TodayMay 05 06:52 PM

      Colin Farrell, Rachel Weisz, and John C. Reilly find themselves in a dystopian future when people must find love or be transformed into animals.              

    3. When the end credits roll in “The Lobster,” Yorgos Lanthimos' hypnotically strange and suggestive new movie, you may find yourself scanning a bit more intently for the usual reassurance that no animals were harmed during production. There is, for starters, an arresting early scene in which a woman...

      Love in the Movies - The News-Times

    4. For decades, dystopian movies were broad windows into contemporary society, warnings about where we might be headed. That’s largely in the past, however, because the financial and critical success of the “Hunger Games” franchise ushered in a surge of high-profile dystopian movies, all about teenagers.

    5. Posted: Monday, May 23, 2016 – 11:13 AM Why can’t the subject of movies with brilliant actors be simple and entertaining without trying to be supercilious and pretentious? Colin Farrell (who has yet to pay me $20 at a gathering when I said he should have won the Oscar for his performance in In Bruges) […]

    6. It was a drenched afternoon in the Devon countryside, rain sluicing down from blank grey skies.

    7. Colin Farrell and Rachel Weisz star in a dense, dystopian allegory about love, loneliness, and lobsters One of the oddest things about the surreal dramedy The Lobster — a film with possibly as many oddities as fish in the sea — is how it's kinda-sorta like The Hunger Games. Director/co-writer Yorgos Lanthimos crafts a head-spinning allegory for love, loneliness, and oppression that occasionally...

    8. THR's No. 1 power stylist Kate Young reveals how she nailed looks for three of her A-list clients at last year's festival: "Fashion in France is like a national treasure, and they take it quite seriously."

    9. Movie Review: ‘The Lobster’

      CBS PhiladelphiaMay 28 12:00 AM

      No, despite the title, it’s not a horror flick about a monstrous crustacean. Actually, it’s much stranger than that.

    10. The Lobster is what would happen if Wes Anderson set about doing Franz Kafka, with a hefty dash of George Orwell thrown into the mix: surreal, comic, sad, strange, beautiful, sublime. (Charlie Kaufman comes to mind, too, but let's not complicate matters.)

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